CCS Project

H2M

The ‘H2M’ (Hydrogen to Magnum) project intends to convert one of the three 440 MW CCGT units of the gas fired Magnum power plant (1.32 GW), located in Eemshaven, into burning 100% hydrogen. Natural gas will be imported from Norway via an offshore pipeline, will be converted to hydrogen with the associated carbon dioxide being captured and shipped back to Norway for offshore storage. Also, the H2M concept is to integrate a salt cavern for underground H2 storage to enable system flexibility.
Project type:Capture Participants:Vattenfall Equinor Gasunie Country:Netherlands Type of capture:Blue H2 IOGP members involved: Equinor Planned start of operation: 2024 CO2 capacity at start date: 2 CO2 capacity after completion: 2 Status: Early Development Type of storage: Any available option which is technically and economically feasible is under consideration Funding and support scheme: No Info related to the funding and support scheme: Notes: Links: https://ifrf.net/ifrf-blog/vattenfall-investigates-sale-of-magnum-power-plant-in-the-netherlands/https://coal.jogmec.go.jp/content/300377174.pdf